pariri, v.i. Exhausted, worked out (of soil).
‘E ngā‘i one pariri tēia, ‘e mea meitaki kia tanu‘ia ki tēta‘i rākau ‘akameitaki one.
The soil here is exhausted, it would be a good thing to have some plants put in that would improve it;
Kua pariri tēia ‘enua, nō reira i kore ei e tupu meitaki te tōmāti.
This ground is worked out, that is why the tomatoes don’t grow well;
e te one oki, i te ngarungaruā anga, e te pariri anga,
and the soil too, whether it be fertile or exhausted (Num. 13.20).